1 edition of Lake Winnipeg-Traverse Bay land use study found in the catalog.
Lake Winnipeg-Traverse Bay land use study
|Contributions||Manitoba. Municipal Planning Branch.|
|LC Classifications||HD319.M3 L35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||76375872|
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The people of the Upper Lakes and Lake Winnipeg traverse were not as close as the Mississauga and southern Ottawa to the land pirates of New England. While some relatives of the southern people and individual warriors paddled away to fight once more, many, particularly those having connections with Jean Baptiste Cadotte, preferred to stay out.
In Canada the first major bureaucratic inquiry into the Indian Problem occurred with the Bagot Commission in At the present time Indian Department historians earn their pay by reiterating the fact that this commission held fast to the premise that all land not already in private hands were public lands, not aboriginal homelands.
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